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Interested in feedback on DB2 UDB autonomic computing features

I'm soliciting feedback from our users about our autonomic computing
features in DB2 UDB LUW. If you have used any of the following
features, and would like to share positive or negative experiences,
please contact me in confidence. We are interested in both your success
stories, and constructive feedback. (please see contact intructions
below).

Also, if you have a positive experience to share and would like us to
use your experience in our marketing material (i.e. free advertising
for you and your company) please indicate that we have your permission
to do so. Otherwise, I will assume that whatever you send me is shared
in confidence.

Features:
1. Design Advisor (db2advis, for indexes, MQT, MDC, partitioning)
2. Configuration Advisor (AUTOCONFIGURE)
3. Health Monitor
4. Utility Throttling
5. Self tuning BACKUP (enabled by default since v8.2)
6. Self tuning LOAD (enabled by default since v5.0)
7. Automatic Maintenance (automatic statistics, backup etc)
8. Automatic Storage
Please contact me directly at "li***@ca.ibm.com", and entitle your
e-mail "Autonomic Feedback".

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Sam Lightstone
DB2 Autonomic Computing Development
DB2 Universal Database
IBM Canada

Nov 12 '05 #1
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